An enchanting equestrian styled wedding shoot for the Horse loving Bride

Today I am thrilled to share this gorgeous equestrian styled wedding shoot.

Horses are such beautiful animals and for many people they are a huge part of their lives.

The setting in Maryland also has a rich horse heritage that helped to inspire the shoot.

Images were captured by Kimberly Dean Photos with the creativity of an incredible collaborative team.

Kimberley, photographer and publisher of Valley Bride Wedding Guide who co-ordinated the shoot says of the inspiration and styling…


I really wanted to create an enchanting equestrian styled wedding shoot to ignite the imagination of other horse loving brides to be.

We went with a riding theme, complemented with soft romantic touches and vibrant bold fall colors.

Layering in the hunt vest, stock tie and jacket was a fun experiment to see how far we could go with it. Turns out, pretty far – and all of our team is in love with the end result.

Would you, as a bride, actually go so far as wearing a  riding jacket with your wedding gown?

Maybe not – but perhaps it inspires your own imagination to run a bit wild, which was exactly the intention.



Shoot Vendors

Location: Private Farm

Photography and Set Design: Kimberly Dean Photos and Valley Bride Wedding Guide

Dresses (Bride and Flower Girl): Gamberdella Bridal

Flowers: Marlow, McCrystle and Jones

Cake: Flavor Cupcakery

Makeup: Christina Somensky of Happily Ever After Elite Artistry and Hair Design

Bridal Hair: Darrell Barrett Salon

Wedding Bands and Engagement Ring: Smyth Jewelers

Estate Jewelry: J Brown Jewelers

Décor: Maryland Saddlery

Bridal Head Piece & Flower Girl Head Piece and Belt Accessory: Bridal Jewelry By Lisa Ann



UK Wedding Blogger with an eclectic style based in Glasgow


  1. Reply

    I love every single shot. Well thought about. Well done Kimberly!

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